The Five Stages of Masculinity November News Roundup

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Clean Meat and Masculinity Now on Patreon I have started using Patreon in order for readers to have a way to financially support my work regarding men and masculinity. Most of my new articles—the like of which are currently published on various websites—will now be available exclusively to Patreon supporters. I’ll also be posting shorter […]

We Need to Talk About “Sustainable Masculinity”

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The latest Masculinity Research article, originally published at The Good Men Project. The cognitive linguist George Lakoff always starts his explanation of framing with the following challenge: “Don’t think of an elephant!” Now I know with 100% certainty that when you read the statement “don’t think of an elephant!” the only thing you can do […]

The Five Stages of Masculinity October News Roundup

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Commentary This month I was happy to be included on the new Shift and Signal podcast where I had the opportunity to talk about The Five Stages of Masculinity. The podcast, produced by Alex Lockwood, is part of a project that seeks to “SHIFT us beyond stuck conversations about how we implement change, with a […]

Shift and Signal podcast

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I’ve been framing masculinity as a sustainability issue for a while now, so I’m happy to be included on the Shift and Signal podcast discussing The Five Stages of Masculinity.

The Five Stages of Masculinity September News Roundup

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Commentary Last month I introduced you to a new project I have underway called Masculinity Coin. Part cryptocurrency, part thinking tool, part art project, holding and trading of Masculinity Coin can be interpreted as either a celebration or critique of traditional masculinity. The response to Masculinity Coin in the first month has been interesting and […]

Business Development Manager position

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I’m looking to partner with one or more people who could act as part-time Business Development Managers responsible for recruiting candidates for Certification in The Five Stages of Masculinity. Remuneration is on a commission-only basis: in effect, you would be self-employed/freelance. Getting straight to the bottom line, the commission rate is 20%: in other words, […]

The Five Stages of Masculinity August News Roundup

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Commentary Most people who discover The Five Stages of Masculinity do so because they are deeply involved with the subject of masculinity, either due to their own personal self-development or that of their clients (I speak to a lot of social workers and counsellors). However, I also work with businesses, which offers an interesting chance […]

Why brands need to change their approach to marketing masculinity

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The latest article from Masculinity Research, originally published on Campaign. Marketing Masculinity The past couple of years have seen a significant shift in the way marketing and advertising portray masculinity. Previously, masculinity was mostly presented in one of two ways: either a glamorous James Bond-style masculinity that attracted the ladies, or a buffoon-style masculinity that […]

The Five Stages of Masculinity July News Roundup

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Commentary This month Arianna Huffington’s new venture Thrive Global has a series of articles on its website about the subject of “redefining masculinity.” I was pleased to be the focus of one of the Q&As in this series. Here are a couple of the questions where I distilled some of the key takeaways of Stage […]

The Five Stages of Masculinity June News Roundup

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Commentary This month I have two new articles out continuing my exploration of the different strands that make up populist masculinity. The first article is Masculinity and the Environment: A Double-edged Sword (audio version here). In this article I start with what we already know about conservative men and climate change denial and then indicate […]